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Alavin
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Alavin

If I wanted your view, I'd read your entrails, 31, from Kent, England

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    1. Disciple of The Watch
      Disciple of The Watch
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      Just like to add that this is available on Xbox Live Arcade. I vaguely remember discussing with someone on here (could have been DotW? I have a bad memory) about whether Aria of Sorrow was better than Symphony of the Night - my choice was the former. Now that I've had much more of a chance to get to grips with it on my Xbox, SotN wins hands down. And it's only like £5 on XBLA. Bargain.
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      That was me. Did play AoS, but didn't really liked it. Sure, there's nifty weapons and loopholes (like Claimh Solaris straight after Death)... But AoS is nothing but garbage compared to SoTN. As for it being available on Xbox Live, correct, and in this day in time, it's the best chance to play this timeless masterpiece. My bro owns a copy, and while it's a "Greatest Hits" version, it's still worth megabucks. SoTN is an awesome game all around, and words can't do justice to this masterpiece.
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    Birthday:
    Nov 14, 1986 (Age: 31)
    Home Page:
    http://jacks-space.tripod.com
    Location:
    Kent, England
    Occupation:
    Student
    D&D, RPGs, my NWN modules
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